Hymns: Come Thou Fount

Pastor Chris Seay continued our series on the great hymns of faith by addressing one of our favorites: "Come Thou Fount." Chris invited us all to tune our hearts to the God's landscape of blessing, love, & mercy, and called us to remember and trust God's saving help in our own seasons of wandering.


Acts 20:32-35

Matthew 4:4

Matthew 9:10-13

It is our suffering and struggle with sin and injustice that reveals what Jesus endured for our salvation. It is the rescue of God—the surprising, life-giving wonder and awe of his goodness—that proclaims the glory of the resurrection. And it is our use of the gifts that he has given us to reveal his glory that shouts the blessing of his ascension. If we refuse to suffer—and grieve the depths of our suffering—then we lose power to reveal his death and resurrection. If we don’t name and bless the remarkable gifts he has given us, we cannot celebrate the stories he has written in us to reveal his story.

— Dan Allender

Christians feed on Scripture. Holy Scripture nurtures the Holy Community as food nurtures the human body. Christians do not simply learn or study or use scripture; we assimilate it, take it into our lives in such a way that it gets metabolized into acts of love, cups of water, missions into all the world, healing and evangelism and justice in Jesus’ name, hands raised in adoration of the Father

— Eugene Peterson


What are the distractions that keep you from tuning your heart to God's love and mercy? 

Where are the places in your story that in the midst of wandering God's saving help has arrived?


I Need Thee Every Hour

Awake My Soul

Jesus Paid It All

Come As You Are

Come Thou Fount